March 14, 2017
This is what male feminists think women want.
The problem with equality is that it can never end. Unless everything in the universe is reduced to a uniform gray sludge, inequality will remain a fact of life.
So until these nutters get what they want – the gray sludge in question – they’re going to continue to come up with increasingly stupid ideas.
You know, for social progress.
A new app, Woman Interrupted, listens to conversations and tracks how often men interrupt – “manterrupt” – women, a behavior that app developer BETC São Paulo refers to as “one of the types of violence against women” and “a sexist behavior.”
FACT: Women who whine about being interrupted have never been slapped around.
You know, if these sluts had ever experienced real violence, they’d probably be living much happier lives. It would give them the perspective to realize that actually, their situation is very comfortable and privileged and they have nothing to complain about.
Instead, we have spoiled, pampered women who devote their entire existence to finding new meaningless things to complain about. It almost makes you feel sorry for them.
“At first glance, it may seem a small problem,” BETC São Paulo Co-CEO Gal Barradas said, “but reflects deeper issues of gender inequality at work and in society. The application is a way to show that, in fact, the disruption is real and alarming.”
Who comes up with these words? Do they think of themselves as clever?
“We want men to ask, am I doing it without realizing it?” continued Barradas. “After all, what good is having more women in a meeting room if no one listens to what they have to say?”
No one listens to them because they have nothing interesting or important to say. 99 times out of 100, these women are only in the meeting room because of some quota.
Realistically, if it wasn’t for affirmative action, there would be almost no women in businesses in the first place.
I guess we could still have hot young secretaries.
App user Henry Hobson reviewed the product, calling it “an excellent way” for women to track the “numerous times” men interrupt them.
“I am a man,” Hobson wrote, “but believe the feminists in the world like myself need to stand up and help them. That is why I went to the women’s march in Washington DC…to protest for women’s rights around the world.”
“One day,” Hobson concluded, “I hope to be a woman.”
It’s time we start doing the right thing.
Make the world a better place – interrupt a woman today!